We have a wide range of high efficiency Combi boilers for all your hot water and central heating needs. Combi boilers are a great boiler choice if you want to save space as they combine your heat and hot water into one system. Combi boilers tend to be the most popular type of boiler in the UK, found in around 70% of homes.
Conventional boilers can be a great replacement boiler choice for homes that have a high demand for hot water. Conventional boilers are also referred to as traditional, regular or heat only boilers. If you need a new boiler installation then a conventional boiler could be suitable for you if your home already has a traditional heating and hot water system.
It can be difficult to know which system boiler is the best for you. That’s why we’re here to help you choose the right system boiler for your home’s needs. A system boiler is a great option for homes that have more than one bathroom and would like a constant supply of hot water to many taps at the same time.
An electric central heating boiler is a great heating option when other fuels are not available. But electric boilers can be costly to run. We don’t install electric boilers at Help-Link, but we’ve got lots of information on the main differences between electric boilers & gas boilers to help you make an informed choice for your boiler installation.
In the UK, it’s not unusual to have your boiler located in the kitchen and we have a variety of small boilers that could even fit in your kitchen cupboard. We have information on what you should consider before having a boiler installed in your kitchen and discuss the issues you might face from having your boiler located in the heart of your home.
Your radiators play an important part in your central heating system so it is important to make sure they’re working efficiently. We understand that how your domestic radiators look can also make a huge difference to your home. Whether you want standard radiators to keep your home cosy and warm or the latest Stelrad designer radiators to keep it looking stylish, we have you covered.
Central heating systems MUST have a power flush before a new boiler installation to remove any sludge & dirt from the pipes and system, helping to prevent leaks in the future. A power flush can make your central heating system work more efficiently and allow your radiators to heat quicker.
Alba Heating’s policy is that a new boiler will only be installed after power flushing the system.
A boiler magnetic filter can be used to prolong the life of your boiler and make it run more efficiently. Over time dirt and sludge can build up within a boiler which can impact the performance of the boiler. The magnetic boiler filter will pull contaminates towards it as they pass through your system, disposing of them before they reach the important components in your boiler.